(CNN) - Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign raised over $800,000 in the third quarter and spent nearly $777,000, leaving the former Speaker of the House with $353,416 in cash-on-hand funds.
The GOP candidate’s financial report, filed Saturday with the Federal Election Commission, shows the Gingrich campaign owing $1,192,865 in outstanding debt.
Gingrich did not make any contributions of his own money to the campaign, according to the filing.
In a statement, Gingrich's campaign pointed out some bright spots in the fundraising report, including support coming from new donors.
In total, Gingrich has raised nearly $2.9 million in his bid for the 2012 GOP nomination, and has spent over $2.5 million.
The highest expenditures for Gingrich’s third-quarter campaigning were website development, salaries and telemarketing, according to the filing.
In the most recent CNN Poll of Polls, encompassing surveys taken October 3-10, 6% of Republican voters identified Gingrich as their choice for the presidential nominee.